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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What request does the hero make after his night out drinking with his bodyguard?
(a) He wants to dance on the villain's grave.
(b) He wants to have Sprog killed.
(c) He wants to see Gunnel once more.
(d) He wants to sleep with Sprog's wife.
2. Who helped Bogus to leave town for Europe?
3. What does Bogus learn about Merrill before the agents release him?
(a) Merrill is in hiding.
(b) Merrill is dead.
(c) Merrill is in Vienna.
(d) Merrill is lost at sea.
4. Where does Ralph's movie take place in Chapter 23?
(a) At sea.
(b) In Iowa.
(c) In Vienna.
(d) At the Pillsbury's estate.
5. What do Sprog and his wife do after being exiled?
(a) They start their own colony.
(b) They are killed.
(c) They sought revenge.
(d) They attack sailors.
Short Answer Questions
1. What news does Biggie deliver to Bogus when he returns Colm?
2. What were Bogus and Biggie's sleeping arrangements in Bogus's flashback?
3. In Akthelt and Gunnel, who is the hero's bodyguard?
4. What does Dante carry in his underwear?
5. What does Gunnel stuff in the heads of the dead?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Bogus believe is causing Colm's night terrors?
2. How is Sprog symbolic of Bogus?
3. What plans are being made for Ralph's next movie?
4. How does Biggie indicate that the relationship between Bogus and Tulpen is the same between Bogus and Biggie?
5. What makes the limo driver nervous on the way to Maine?
6. Why is the line from the diary familiar and important?
7. When Biggie made her announcement, why did Aunt Blackstone respond with "Of course it is. Certainly, yes!"?
8. What role does Ralph play in the relationship between Bogus and Tulpen?
9. How does Bogus reflect on the life of a prostitute?
10. How does the phrase, "There was, of course, no logic to the dwarf's fear of Harold's rather large cat" relate to the movie about Bogus's life?
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